In the office/guest room of an Susan Chalom’s New York City apartment, the French iron daybed dates from the early 19th century and the mohair throws are imported from Finland by Chalom; the Surf sconces are by Neil Poulton for Artemide.
Another french roast bedroom. I painted one wall in Toria's bedrroom with french roast. Her other walls are in a Latte color. The ceiling is in a Pale Periwinkle Blue. With Toria's white furniture, white iron daybed and white matlasse coverlette by Rachael Ashwell --her room feels soothing!
These exuberant pieces of furniture are the fruits of Beirut-based Hoda Baroudi and Maria Hibriall‘s labor. Working alongside artisans, the design duo reupholsters furniture using vintage Middle Eastern and Central Asian textiles. WILD!!
Buying or building a shelving unit that can slide in and fit around the toilet is a great use of space. This bathroom hack is perfect for renters because it can slide in and out without damaging the wall.